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group says the scandal has implications involving healthcare. jim acosta is outside the capital. >> reporter: that's right, carol, michelle bachman, the congress woman, she said the irs scandal is worse than watergate. we'll have some details coming up in just a few moments. we are gathered here today to celebrate the union of tim and laura. it's amazing how appreciative people are when you tell them they could save a lot of money on their car insurance by switching to geico...they may even make you their best man. may i have the rings please? ah, helzberg diamonds. nice choice, mate. ...and now in the presence of these guests we join this loving couple. oh dear... geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. . >>> now on the latest irs scandal targeting groups filing for tax exemptings. -- exemshun. michelle bachman says it can have a direct affect on your healthcare. >> it is reasonable to ask, could there potentially be political implications regarding healthcare denial of healthcare based on a person's personal belief it would have been considered out of bo
for the irs to enforce the healthcare law. bret? >> mike, is there any sense that the president, in just a matter of moments a as we look live at the east room in the white house, will be announcing that someone's leaving the irs? is there any sense that's already been determined? >> there has been bipartisan calls on capitol hill for heads to roll. we heard sandra levin in the piece there, the top democrat on the ways and means committee, a serious guy, essentially saying it's gross mismanagement, it's time for changes. we've talked to people up here. they expect that the president may be announcing changes, but nobody wanted to step out in front of the president to say definitely that would be changes coming to the irs. bret? >> bret: again, the calls on both sides of the aisle, important to point that out. >> absolutely. >> bret: okay. thank you, mike. as again we wait for the president and his remarks at the white house we, bring in our panel tonight, or at least part of it. judge andrew napolitano, fox news senior judicial analyst and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. we wer
is the same agency that the president is going to entrust with your healthcare information because it's going to be in charge of enforcing obama care. >> oh, no, look there is no doubt about it, you know, senator leahy in vermont has come out and said -- that was on the other one, the ap story, but i mean that's the whole problem here, there are two of these right now where there is bi-partisan support. benghazi is a different thi inch thing. it's become so politicized and both sides are throwing barbs at each other. all of them we'll get to the bottom of them over time but we will not get quick answers on any of the three i don't think and that is going to bog the administration down where it doesn't want to be, defense instead of proactively getting its agenda passed. jon: it is hard to sometimes keep these three pot boilers separate, but for instance in the ap scandal, the attorney general himself, eric holder, president obama's right hand man and the nation's top law enforcement officer, he had to approve, personally, the collecting of these phone records, not only from ap offices, but al
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mandate is the direction washington-based healthcare is the direction we ought to go. and we also are going to be working on an sec accountably act. this is coming out of the financial services committee. it is a bill that is president's former jobs council said is necessary in terms of yessiating the conditions to create jobs. so i'm hopeful that we can get a bipartisan vote coming together of the one thing people are continuing to wonder. that is, is washington concerned about the future of this economy? >> the american public is wondering instead of washington spending their team researching based upon your political beliefs or your economics or your job, maybe they should be focusing on how job creation. one thing that the president can do when he wants to look for something bipartisan in creation is the keystone pipeline. 20,000 jobs can be created with that single approval. now, tomorrow is an anniversary. 1,700 days since it's applied. 1700 days. 15,000 pages have been -- >> all right. we are going to jump out of this. that's the majority whip. you heard erin cantor. huh he
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